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£44.99

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Published: 22 November 2012

660 Pages | 80 colourline

246x189mm

ISBN: 9780199694068


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Quantitative Methods for Decision Making Using Excel

Glyn Davis and Branko Pecar

  • Accurate map of the table of contents to typical Quantitative Methods for Decision Making courses in the UK and Europe
  • Selection of most frequently used methods in accordance with the major enterprise functions (marketing, sales, business development, manufacturing, quality and finance)
  • Full integration of Excel exercises and applications both within the textbook and via the Online Resource Centre to allow real flexibility to lecturers to teach through a variety of learning schemes: classroom led or self-directed study
  • Excel is used as the primary application tool for explaining the mechanics of the methods as well as for explaining how to solve the real-life problems
  • A unique Online Resource Centre accompanies the book and contains a range of practical exercises and resources for both students and lecturers
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